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What should be paid attention to when choosing linear drainage ditch products

28-6-2020 page view: 0

Linear gutters are one of the most popular choices in paving projects. It provides a cheap, elegant and simple solution that minimizes the installation of expensive underground pipelines, while ensuring that surface water is safely removed from the paved area to keep the pavement free of water.


Purpose and classification     

Linear drainage refers to a system that drains along the entire length, not a system that drains at a specific point like a ditch. Most are variations of the closed channel theme, usually consisting of a U-shaped cross-section and some form of cover plate above the trench body.

Linear drainage ditch products are used in a wide range. According to the actual use place, different cover plates and edge protections can be matched with the load-bearing grade requirements. For example, stainless steel slotted drainage ditches in commercial plazas, stainless steel stamped cover drainage ditches in kitchens or food areas, ductile iron cover drainage ditches on both sides of roads, and curb stone drainage ditches.

Load Class     

There are 6 types of "load rating" in accordance with the European standard DIN 19580, these are listed in the figure.


Please note that the overall rating of the linear drain depends on the channels and grids that satisfy these test loads, and the "overall structure" assumes the load level of the weaker component.

Basic Type     

There are two basic types of common linear gutter products-those with a built-in drop and those with a regular depth throughout the length, so they must be placed on the drop. Devices with built-in waterfalls are usually used for flat areas with large drainage, such as parking lots, freight yards, airports, etc., while the "normal depth" type is used for areas with short drainage lengths and areas with large drainage volumes. Natural slope or descent

There are two basic types of common linear gutter products. One is the type that maintains a regular and flat depth throughout the length, and usually has built-in water collection wells, such as parking lots, freight yards, and airports. The other is a slope type used for areas with short drainage lengths and areas with large drainage volumes, such as roads and gardens.


It is safe to say that there are more cover plates than trench types. No matter what kind of application, no matter the budget, there will be a suitable type of cover plate, firstly, the affordable stamping cover plate, these cover plates can be punched out by stamping machines with different cover plate styles, in line with the design aesthetics, and secondly, the gap type Cover plate, ductile iron cover plate, resin cover plate, etc.


Product Features:

1) High strength, light structure.

2) Excellent anti-corrosion.

3) Easy construction, high bearing capacity.

4) Good looking and long durability.

5) Anti-skid, non-dirt, non-sagging.

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